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Olympic swim trials and collegiate championships. InCounsilman-Hunsaker was retained to help develop a cost estimate to retrofit and upgrade the existing pool complex. The southern expansion of Bethesda Park included several components to broaden recreational opportunities. The primary focus of the expansion was the development of a 31, sq.
A number of options were developed and presented to the corporation for consideration. Information was shared regarding trends in bathhouse design, program opportunities, and future considerations. Counsilman-Hunsaker supported CTA Architects on the space program and cost estimate for the bath house renovation.
The report was based on interviews with city staff members, and the visual inspection during the site visit. Located just two miles from theBirmingham-SouthernCollegecampus, the Birmingham CrossPlex is proud to begin hosting events that will attract athletes, coaches, and spectators from all over the world. Five options were developed including the repair of the existing facility and the development of new aquatic spaces.
Wanting to take advantage of the dramatic riverfront views, the two-acre site required the use of deep foundations constructed on ft concrete piles, supporting a concrete floor slab, as well as individual pool tubs. The complex includes a village of buildings meant to simulate what officers and firefighters will experience on the streets of Fort Worth, Texas. The facility includes an outdoor 5, sq. The natatorium was designed to provide an open, airy effect between two pools: Spacious windows allow for plenty of natural sunlight while defraying overhead electrical consumption.
In an effort to understand the scope of the project, the team met with the steering committee to define the process, outline a proposed schedule, and set meeting dates as needed.
Approximately half way through the study, Counsilman Hunsaker recommended to the group that the facility was not feasible due to site problems. At that point the project was terminated. The audit evaluated the existing year-old pool along with its mechanical and chemical treatment systems. The resulting design included three bodies of water: In Marchthe 68, sq. James Physical Education Complex. Counsilman-Hunsaker performed an aquatic audit to identify repairs for the pool with an opinion of construction cost for the recommended repairs.
Five options were developed for consideration, including partnerships with local businesses. The result of this Feasibility Study process was a referendum to be voted on by the City. Features of the outdoor pool are comprised of: When Howard Shepardson refused to allow McRay inside, McRay began to throw bricks and blocks through the front window, breaking the glass, the report says.
Both Howard and Megan Shepardson said the sus pect was not allowed in the house because of his us of bath salts. Saturday, April 27, am when you present your Charity Sale ticket to your sales associate.
Ticket needed to shop a. Must purchase ticket to shop special sale hours. Not valid on phone orders or on belk. Contact your store for a list of charities.
All ticket proceeds benet your favorite participating local charities. All unclaimed money from the sale of Charity Sale tickets will be donated to a charity of Belks choice after 90 days. One per adult customer, while supplies last. Not valid by phone or on Belk. See a sales associate for details. Triple Points with your Elite Card. Taking part in the presentation were from left Terry Huddleston, county school superin tendent; David Boozer, county fire chief; Quinetta Williams, Steve Nelson, school board chairman; assistant superintendent Narragansett Smith and Carol Alford, school director of transportation.
Williams calmed children after a tractor-trailer rig smashed a car into a school bus that was dropping off students along U. She is always reaching out to others and putting others before herself, Smith said of Williams. House Republican leaders have pushed that plan HBcontending it would be a free-market alternative to expanding Medicaid under the federal Affordable Care Act.
House members voted to reject the Senate pro posal. The vote came after about four hours of debate, with Democrats saying the Senate plan would provide needed health coverage to the working poor. According to Busscher, the event showcased nearly 35 different jobs available at the department. This is the first year the event took place entirely at the FDOT office building. In the past, the day has included trips to local construction sites or to the manufacturing shop for traffic signs.
This year, the Florida Highway Patrol also demonstrated how a police dog takes down an offender, and how the dogs sniff out weapons and illegal drugs. Bobbi Brannon took her grand son, Devin, to the event.
She felt he really enjoyed seeing the dogs in action because he has a German shepherd at home. I wanted to let him see what the DOT does because I can assure you the general public has no idea what goes on here, Brannon said.
The day included aspects from a normal DOT project from the design stage to testing materials and finally to maintenance. Gina puts together a great pro gram, she said. We have a lot of hands-on activities. Each child got the chance to climb aboard common equipment used by the FDOT, such as a dump truck and front-end loader. After constructing the bridge, they got to test to see if their structure would hold up to the weight of different vehicles.
The dig ital bridge collapsed on the screen if the trucks weight was too much. This shows them different careers right here in Lake City, Busscher said. You dont have to move to Jacksonville, Gainesville, Miami or Orlando to find a career you love. The event also gave the children a chance to step inside their parents shoes. It was his second time coming to FDOT for the event. Sadler said she enjoys let ting her son see, and be involved in, what she does at work.
Hes able to see how we fit in together as a team, she said. According to Zane, his favorite part of the day was learning about compression and tension when building the bridge. His bridge failed when he tested it, but last year, he got it to work. When the students finished the day, they were given a cer tificate labeling them, Junior Transportation Specialists. After the radar guns were stashed away and students filed back inside the FDOT building, many of the children walked back to the breakroom for sodas and cold air.
Thats an unauthorized break, you know, Busscher said. We might have to dock you guys. City man charged after disturbance House rejects Senates Medicaid overhaul plan PAGE 4 O n Monday, 1, air-traffic controllers percent of the total -were furloughed for the day pursuant to a budget deal Congress agreed on last August that none of the lawmakers thought would ever come to pass. Briefly, it looked as if the air-traffic-control system, with a little bit of luck and some cooperation from the weather, might escape relatively unscathed.
By contrast, on the worst travel day ofsevere weather forced the delays of 3, flights. Critics, including some airline-industry executives and some members of Congress, accuse the FAA of planning to create the maximum amount of chaos in hopes that an infuriated public will force Congress to back off and restore at least some funding.
In addition, the FAA plans to close almost control towers at small and medium-size airports on June Air-traffic controllers complain, with some justice, that they are being used as a political football between the administration and Congress.
Congress, despite its insistence that this time it really means it, has carved out exceptions in the sequester -such as meat inspec-tions and a military tuition program, to name two. One-size-fits-all government never really works, and Congress will soon have to decide whether the savings extracted from the FAA budget outweigh the economic damage done by crippling air travel.
This mission will be accomplished through the teamwork of professionals dedicated to truth, integrity and hard work. But the bill is as weak as a Yugo pulling a trailer up a steep hill. Last week the Senate unanimously passed the bill.
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That leaves approval from the House and Gov. The House, which could vote this week, should pass the bill, and Scott should sign it. Florida used to have a similarly weak law requiring seat-belt use, but law-makers finally strengthened it in They should toughen the texting ban at their next opportunity.
Letters should not exceed words and will be edited for length and libel. Writers can have two letters per month published. As the Transportation Security Administration announced at the time: The roaring immigration-reform debate largely addresses Hispanic aliens who illegally cross the bor-der.
Between fiscal years andsuch arrests totaled 1, These figures cover all U. Like other immigrants, most Sudanese seek better lives here. But some may be vectors for the same militant Islam that tore Sudan in two -literally. In FYSyrians were stopped; over the previous 10 years, 1, were. Among Iranians, were caught in FYwhile 2, were cap-tured over the previous 10 years.
Afghans halted in FY The land of underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab suffers under Sharia law in its northern provinces. France previ-ously convicted and deported him for assaulting a Muslim whom he considered insufficiently devout. InJaziri advocated killing Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard for creating what Jaziri called sacri-legious drawings of the Prophet Mohammed. His clients included three al-Shabaab terrorists. As the House paper states: Tracy told federal investigators that Cuban diplomats used his travel agency in Kenya to transfer Somalis to Havana.
Tracy claims he refused to assist al-Shabaab. But officials discovered an e-mail in which he casually wrote: These anecdotes and statistics involve individuals whom authorities intercepted. No details exist about aliens who successfully infiltrated America. However, the arriving guests soon discover the hostess is missing, and the host -the deputy mayor of New York City -has apparently shot himself.
As confusions and miscommunications mount, the evening spins off into classic Neil Simon farcical laughter. On open-ing night only, the doors will open at 7: Performances will be at 8 p.
Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p. Doors open half an hour before show time. Due to some adult lan-guage, this show is not advised for children. The theater is at NE First St. Take out or eat in.
Church fundraiserAbundant Life Church, State Roadis sell-ing tickets for a grilled chicken dinner to raise money for the church build-ing fund.
The dinner will be 11 a. June 14 on the church grounds. For tickets or more informa-tion, contact Pastor Tanner at The event will honor victims and survi-vors of crime in the commu-nity. For more information or to reserve a seat, call or go online to Chancesforchildren com-cast. For more informa-tion, call Yvette Colenan at or Velma Williams at Proceeds will go to the church building fund. For more information or to donate items, call Brenda at If a cancer survi-vor, free dinner at 6: Friday at the Compassion Love Center, N.
For more information, call Aaron Road, will celebrate its th anniversary. The speaker for the 7 p. Friday service will be the Rev. The speaker at 7 p. Saturday will be the Rev. For the 11 a. Sunday ser-vice, the speaker will ve the Rev.
Marcius King of Jacksonville; and for the 3: The community is invited. For more information, call Reola Finkley at For more infor-mation, call Linda Thomas at All pro-ceeds from ticket sales go directly to CARC. Charity garage saleThe Order of the Amaranth will hold its annual garage sale from 8 a. Proceeds from the sale will go to the Amaranth Diabetes Fund. For more information, call Bob Breyer at For more information, call Robert Tucker, com-mander, at or email scvcamp aol. Saturday and 10 a.
For more informa-tion, call or email apopkaartandfoli-age yahoo. Guest speaker will be Erma J. The church is on Suwannee Valley Road, off U. For information, contact Oleatha Harris at or Marvyne Waters at Take a covered dish to share. For more information, call Roy Brannen at The speak-er will be the Rev. For more information, call the Rev.
Charles Young at A covered dish lunch will be shared. All friends and rela-tives are invited to attend. If you have questions, call Danny Owens at A covered-dish meal will follow in the fellowship hall. A dinner will follow. Bring samples for free diagno-sis or solutions. He will discuss common foot problems, such as plantar fasciitis, bunions and corns. Call to reserve a seat.
Bring samples for free diagnosis or solutions. Drop off soil samples at the office any week day during business hours. For more informa-tion, call Gayle Rogers at For more information, call Barbara Test at or Rose Taylor at Services will be at 7 p. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 11 a. Music will be provided nightly by local musicians. Stephen Jones will provide music on Sunday. For more, contact Pastor Carl Chauncey at Special activities will take place May 3.
Doors will open one hour before the show. Events will begin at Lunch will be at Bring a basket lunch for your party to share. There will be music, games, fellowship, a quilt raffle and T-shirts and hats for sale. Plant saleColumbia County Master Gardeners will have their annual plant sale from 9 a.
For more information, call Gayle Rogers at All proceeds from the booth rentals goes toward making pillows and pillow cases for the cancer kids at Shands and making lap quilts for the VA Hospital in Lake City and the Ronald McDonald House in Gainesville. The supper will be at 6 p. Special guests will be Mr. Ronnie Suggs of Tifton, Ga. Proceeds will benefit the church building fund.
For more information, call Allen at Race registration will be at 8 a. For more information, contact Stephanie Brod at or smbrod havenhospice. Executive Committee will meet at 3 p. The coalition administers the state and federal funding for all School Readiness and Voluntary Pre-kin-dergarten programs for Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee and Union counties.
Persons with disabilities requiring assistance to attend the meeting should call Stacey DePratter at She had county residents sign the shirt and will be sending it to Boston law enforcement to show support for the Boston community. He must have felt that His disciples were offensive, unjust or insulting to these people and these children. Indignant is a very strong word that is used by the writer to describe the emotions of Jesus. This reaction is not what we nor-mally think of when we think of Jesus.
We normally think of Him as being very gentle and under-standing. Another thing we can see from this event is that Jesus was very aggressive in His reaction to the disciples. Although we do not know why this would have generated such a strong emotion within Jesus, we know that He did not sin because of what He said to the disciples Ephesians 4: One almost wonders why Jesus reacted in such a manner.
But now, let us consider what Jesus said to the disciples. These two statements give us some insight to the membership of the kingdom of God. Like chil-dren, the members must have a trusting attitude in their Father. They must be willing to accept the idea that they are going to be well taken care of because they are members of the king-dom of God.
T he longer we are adults, the more we tend to rely upon our-selves to provide for our needs and think less on the fact that God will provide. A second characteristic of children that members in the kingdom must possess is a desire to please their Father. It is only when children get older that they begin to rebel against what their father wants them to do. However, the smaller chil-dren always want to please their father.
My prayer is that God will help everyone who names the name of Jesus as their Savior to seek to be filled with the Spirit of God. First of all, to be filled with the Spirit one must have inter-est in being filled.
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No one can be filled with the Spirit unless he thirst for the power of the Spirit. A problem with the Church today is not enough have a deep concern to be filled. Many years ago I recall hearing a story of two young men just out of Bible school visiting a country church.
The second thing we must do is be clean. Acts chapter 15 tells us that it is necessary for the heart to be purified by faith.
Paul connects the receiving of the Holy Spirit with purifying ones self. No one will ever be filled with the Spirit until he first cleans himself by confession I John 1: To be filled with the Spirit means to be controlled by Him. How could this happen if the Devil controls part of us. The next step is to dedicate or devote ourselves to God and the study of His word. This is the very heart of the matter.
To be filled with the Spirit means He is in control of ones life, not part of, but all of. The reason so many are not every filled with the Spirit is because so many are not willing to be controlled by the Spirit. Many like to talk about it, but when it comes time to yield to the Spirit, they are often to busy with the things of the world. Have Thine own way! Thou art the potter, I am the clay! Mold me and make me after Thy will, While I am wait-ing, yielded and still.
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Pollard Q Hugh Sherrill, an ordained Baptist minister and Bible teacher, is available for special Bible stud-ies and revivals. McPeak is an evangelist working in the Lake City area. Church fundraiserAbundant Life Church, State Roadis selling tickets for a grilled chicken dinner to raise money for the church building fund. For tickets or more information, con-tact Pastor Tanner at For more informa-tion, call Vanessa at Sunday ser-vice, the speaker will be the Rev.
A covered-dish meal will fol-low in the fellowship hall. Dennis Deese, at Sunday, as well as at 7 p. May 2Bible studyElder Darryl T. Reid will facilitate Bible study at 7 p. For more information, call or Music will be pro-vided nightly by local musi-cians. For more information, con-tact Pastor Carl Chauncey at All proceeds from the booth rentals will go toward charitable projects in the community.
Yard sale, barbecueWellborn Church of God, U. Highway 90, will have a yard sale from 9 a. Eat in or take out.